Subject: Re: wanted: sparc 4m miniroot
To: None <port-sparc@NetBSD.ORG, email@example.com>
From: None <gherbert@Axil.COM>
Date: 12/27/1996 12:06:34
Charles Lepple <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >As far as I know, the file system format used for Solaris 2.x is the same as
> >that used by SunOS 4.1 (which NetBSD supports).
> The default is the ufs format _if_ you have upgraded from SunOS 4.x, otherwise
> it is the SysV format (I think -- I have only messed around with machines that
> have either a straight 4.x installation or have been upgraded to Solaris 2.x).
I don't recall having od'ed a raw disk partition and checked by hand,
but all Solaris 2.x work I've done has always said it's ufs type filesystems
(and I regularly move drives over to Solaris 1.1.2 machines from 2.5
machines and mount it..). So, ought to be portable from any existing
2.x (x up to 2.5.1) machine to NetBSD/Sparc. I don't think Sun changed
their filesystem when they went to Solaris 2.x.
-george william herbert